Shopping in Quebec City

Luc-Antoine Couturier

Art and individuality are at the core of Quebec City’s shopping scene. The winding cobbled streets and lush landscapes are an idyllic setting for one... Read More

Art and individuality are at the core of Quebec City’s shopping scene. The winding cobbled streets and lush landscapes are an idyllic setting for one-of-a-kind boutiques and shops. The pervasive French culture and tradition results in elegant little finds, like handmade chocolatier Erico and heritage moccasin brand Amimoc. There’s an undeniable focus on craft and style, with many one-off stores, and no lack of local designers and producers to invest your money in.

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  • Amimoc

    Three generations of family heritage and history goes into the moccasins created by Amimoc. Their standalone store in Quebec city sells their famous... Read More

  • Article 721

    Article 721 co-founder Marc-Andre Roy started his career in the fashion industry with an up-market silk-screening company, Baltrakon, and partnered with... Read More

  • Bois et Cuir

    Bois & Cuir is a 16,000-square-foot ode to design—and this home décor store looks like it could have outfitted all of Soho House. They're based in... Read More

  • Erico

    Founder Eric Normand started making small-batch fudge in the 1980s, and later expanded to ice creams and chocolate sweets before training with French... Read More

  • Metiers D'art du Quebec

    There's always been a focus on craft and artisans in the province of Quebec, and Metiers D'art helps to maintain that. For those seeking a tactile... Read More

  • Si les Objets Pouvaient Parler

    One of the hallmarks of this boutique is the owners' ability to find local talent and original pieces. Young entrepreneurs Bruno Clement Boudreault and... Read More

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